The project GameEDU is implemented in a consortium of 5 partners of Romania (coordinator), Greece, Poland, Italy and Spain.

Click on each Partner in order to open their own page, to find out more about them.


Center of Strategies for Youth Development

CSYD is an organization that is actively involved in project development and implementation in the local, national and international non-formal education sphere, that directly aims at personal and professional youth development.

CSDT has the main goal of developing and implementing youth strategies under the form of projects that target youth personal and professional development through their active involvement in the educational process.


Institute of Entrepreneurship Development

The Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (iED) is a Greek organisation committed to the promotion of innovation and the enhancing of the entrepreneurial spirit. By recognizing entrepreneurship as a crucial factor for the development and cohesion of societies, iED conducts research and they are in position to provide innovative solutions that facilitate the growth of healthy entrepreneurship and promote employment.

In order to achieve their goal, they adopt an anthropocentric approach and cooperate with social, academic and business partners from Greece and abroad.


Associació Cultura Creativa

Associació Cultura Creativa is a cultural non-profit organization created in 2016 by the first EVS volunteers in Gandia, Spain. The organization cooperates closely with the NGO
Xeración Valencia and actively participates in the national network Xeración.

Their organization has participated and developed Erasmus + projects (youth exchanges and training courses), campaigns and meetings to promote the Erasmus + programme, activities to stimulate the development of entrepreneurial spirit and the exchange of innovative ideas, activities to promote intercultural dialogue.



Regional Volunteer Center was established in 1997 as a program of the Foundation in Support of Local Democracy.

From 2005, RVC has been an independent association.

The main aim of our organization is to help the people to understand the idea of volunteering, educate youth about alternative ways of spending spare time and helping the others.


Associazione Giosef - Giovani Senza Frontiere

The Association Giosef - Youth Without Borders, was born in April 1998 to promote active European citizenship and youth mobility. It is engaged in the inclusion and participation of
youth in all its forms and at all levels; It aims to create new spaces for youth participation in public life, so that young people themselves are able to provide answers to the needs of
new generations.

About the Partnership

The project will build on the expertise of the partner organizations, ensuring their active involvement throughout the project.

The partnership consists of 5 organizations from 5 different countries, so a well-balanced geographical spread and cultural diversity will be ensured. The partnership represents an efficient combination of skills, experiences, cultural and organizational backgrounds, so that the project can be successfully implemented.

The profile of the organizations is varied covering both the public and private sector, research and
practice, formal and non-formal education; some have a rich experience in international cooperation, others are novice in the field. The profile of each of the partners bring added value to the project.

Interested in becoming our partner?

We are constantly open to partnership proposals and to new ideas. If you have any innovatice proposals, feel free to contact us at any time and we will reply to you as soon as possible.

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The project “REFLECT - A Strategical Approach Towards The Learning Process” (2020-RO01-KA205-079615) is being funded by the European Comission’s Erasmus+ Programme through Agenţia Naţională pentru Programe Comunitare în Domeniul Educaţiei şi Formării Profesionale (ANPCDEFP).

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